New Music

Woods, Folk for the Future?

  • January 11, 2014
  • 1 min read


With Light and With Love

Leaves Like Glass”

Like a young Bob Dylan, Woods writes a great song of regret.  This folksie-type song has the same feeling as “Like a Rolling Stone”; pure guitar riffs back with a large organ sound, with a Leslie-filtered vocals hanging over top.  This is a song worth listening to over and over again.  One of the lines that strikes out is “you have your footbridge, don’t walk on mine.”  Woods is on tour and are worth checking out.  (Anyone want to travel to Pittsburgh?)

7½ Stars out of 10

Fri-Apr-25     Philadelphia, PA     Boot and Saddle

Sat-Apr-26     Washington, DC     Rock and Roll Hotel

Sun-Apr-27     Richmond, VA     Strange Matter

Mon-Apr-28     Asheville, NC     Mothlight

Tue-Apr-29     Atlanta, GA     Masquerade – Purgatory  

Thu-May-01     Houston, TX     Mangos

Fri-May-02     Austin, TX     Austin Psych Festival

Sat-May-03     Dallas, TX     Club Dada

Sun-May-04     Lawrence, KS     Love Garden’s 24th Anniversary Celebration @ Seed Co. Studios

Tue-May-06     St Louis, MO     Firebird

Wed-May-07     Chicago, IL     Subterranean   

Fri-May-09     Toronto, ON     Great Hall / Canadian Music Week

Sat-May-10     Montreal, QC     Il Motore

Sun-May-11     Burlington, VT     Higher Ground

Tue-May-13     Portland, ME     Space 538

Wed-May-14     Boston, MA     Sinclair

Thu-May-15     Kingston, NY     BSP Kingston

Fri-May-16     New York, NY     Bowery Ballroom

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